Ray Lewis Denies Using Performance Enhancing Drugs

  A new Sports Illustrated report has come out that claims Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis used a product to help speed up the recovery of his torn triceps that contained a banned substance. Mitch Ross, a co-owner of Sports with Alternatives to Steroids (SWATS), told Sports Illustrated that he ...

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Allen Iverson Turns Down Contract Offer From Texas Legends

  Former NBA superstar Allen Iverson still has hopes of making one more run in the league but he recently turned down an offer to play in the NBA Development League. Iverson took to his Twitter account to let fans know that he was turning down a contract offer from the Dallas Mavericks’ ...

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U.S. Striker Jozy Altidore Target Of Racist Chants

  MLS striker Jozy Altidore was taunted with racist chants on Tuesday during a Dutch Cup match in THE HAGUE, Netherlands. Altidore also plays for the AZ Alkmaar football club when he’s not dazzling fans with his skills her in America, and the racist taunts came while the team was ...

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Celtics' Rajon Rondo Suffers Torn ACL

  Rajon Rondo, star point guard of the Boston Celtics, has torn the ACL tendon in his right knee and will be out for the rest of the season. The Celtics delivered the bad news during Sunday’s 100-98 double-overtime win against LeBron James and the Miami Heat, stating the four-time All-Star will undergo surgery. ...

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Michigan Wolverines No.1 Again In AP Poll

Michigan Wolverines No.1 Again In AP Poll

The Michigan Wolverines basketball team is sitting at the top of The Associated Press college basketball poll once again for the first time in 20 years. The previous No.1 team, Duke University, lost to Miami 90-63 in a stunning defeat that shocked the college basketball world. The Wolverines got 51 first-place ...

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